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UFOs have been caught on tape an awful lot. A recent survey show’s them to be the third most common thing home-recorded – finishing behind home-videos of John Edwards boinking various non-wives, and home-videos of John Edwards smiling behind a basement-desk calling himself ‘Mr. President’ and signing a whole stack of important looking blank printer paper.
Well UFOs have been filmed again – this time swarming all over Acapulco.
Like we said before – UFOs caught on tape are becoming a fairly regular occurrence. For instance, there was this one where a black triangle was filmed for a grand total of 16 minutes. Also there’s the one where the unidentified objects are soaring over Washington DC, and this one where approximately 100 pub-goers saw (and several filmed) strange lights cruising above Shakespeare‘s home town.
And it’s not just drunken civilians catching this stuff on tape either – no it’s not! This one here was recorded by the Mexican air force – a military arm we’re told is quite powerful and definitely exists.
Today’s topic was also filmed in Mexico. The objects involved are flying incredibly high up in the sky, and although they appear only as white dots – there sure are a lot of them. They also appear to be giving off? light. There seems to be a faint luminescent aura around them. Really, they don’t look that different from the DC UFOs or the previous Mexican flying objects for that matter. Does that lend them credibility?
Keep in mind ‘UFO’ doesn’t necessarily mean spaceship – but what are they? If they are craft from space – perhaps one will have to crash for us all to know for sure. Oh wait a second – that’s already allegedly happened– and that was in Mexico too! We’re starting to suspect they’ve been hiding all this ‘alien activity’ underneath their sombreros.
But if memory serves correctly -?that instance really didn’t turn out so well, did it?
Anyhow – here’s the most recent video, filmed on January 31, 2010: